How to Use This Guide
This guide will assist you in the transition from face-to-face to online teaching and learning. There are a number of other resources the Touro College Libraries have collected that you may also find helpful:
For more help, please email or call the TC Libraries. You can find our contact information here: https://www.tourolib.org/contact
Some resources from outside of Touro College that you may find helpful:
Emergency Online Pedagogy
Written by William Fisher, Harvard Law School
Microsoft Accessibility Features
The Microsoft Windows operating systems have multiple built-in accessibility features to use as temporary alternatives to any installed campus software you may rely on.
Apple Accessibility Features
Apple products and operating systems have multiple built-in accessibility features to use as temporary alternatives to any installed campus software you may rely on.
Building a Community of Learning - SNHU
A collection of resources from Southern New Hampshire University, one of the largest accredited non-profit providers of online education in the world
NYU Shanghai Digital Teaching Toolkit
Digital teaching tools and case studies from NYU Shanghai’s Research and Instructional Technology Services
Digital Charlotte Field Guide
Tutorials and information from basic to advanced to help you use all kinds of digital tools and technology
Tips and Tricks: Teachers Educating on Zoom
A tip sheet from Zoom on how to create engaging online classrooms
Free Resources - Florida Atlantic University Guide
From the site: "Free Resources is: a curated list of free resources, organized into broad disciplines with subdivisions, or all age groups and reading levels, reference materials reviewed by librarians, a quick reference to valuable resources which are unique or may be difficult to find, and continually being updated."